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change that policy and adopt that approach as well? >> what america has been doing is dealing with a very fragmented situation of regulation which has no fewer than eight regulators. we have rationalized the system of regulation. the organizations have the right powers within the right framework and that is what the financial services bill and other measures to determine to in short. we want less regulation, it is good to hear that they are supporting firm action to tackle irresponsibility in the market. >> as prime minister in 2007 who trumped his record of the regulation and said we could look forward to a golden age. isn't it clear the prime minister was wrong, is wrong now on the financial supervision, is wrong on the tobin tax and wrong to build an economy based on that, is wrong not to back the united states on banking reform and these failures are another part of a miserable record in which we have the biggest budget deficit in peacetime history, largest bank bailout in the world, the deepest recession since the 1930s, the weakest recovery in the g 20 and backing some of the propos
, and debt in britain is actually lower as a percentage of national income than that of america, lower than in france and germany, lower than in italy and japan, and lower than the average for the euro area. so every country faces the difficulty of taking itself out of recession while having to develop a deficit reduction plan. i tell him that we will not stop the fiscal stimulus before we are out of recession, and we will not take his advice and leave the economy without the necessary support. if we had taken his advice, many thousands more would be unemployed and many thousands of businesses would be lost. we have published a deficit reduction plan. >> [unintelligible] >> yes, it includes raising the top rate of tax. i assume that he now supports that. it raises national insurance so that we can fund our health and public services. i assume that he has to consider that as well. it does not include cutting inheritance tax -- costing 1.5 billion pounds -- for the 3,000 richest families in the country. it includes cuts in some of the major departments, but it includes defending the front- li
. we had one of the lowest debt, the second lowest debt of the g7. our debt was lower than america. lower than france and germany. lower than the euro area. lower than japan and italy. it is because we had a low debt that we've been able to take the measures that are necessary to help companies deal with the recession, to help the unemployed get work, and to help young people who need school and to help thousands of small businesses survive. we took the right action in the recession. the opposition advised the wrong action. >> and i pay myself with a tribute to my right old friend has taken those who have lost their lives in afghanistan. is the also aware that today marks the sixth anniversary of the death of tom handel, the british photographer who was shot by an israeli sniper while trying to rescue children from danger in gaza. will he join me in paying tribute to the handel family for their tireless efforts and cut into so many screens, military authorities to get to the truth about tom's death. will he agree with me that an international community, we have no less responsibili
than that of america, lower than that of france and of germany, lower than that of the euro area and lower than that of japan and of italy. it is because we had a low debt that we have been able to take the measures that are necessary to help companies to deal with the recession, to help the unemployed get work, to help young people who are leaving school and to help thousands of small businesses survive. we took the right action in the recession. the opposition advised the wrong action. >> richard burden. >> may i associate myself with the tribute that my right honorable friend has paid to those who have lost their lives in afghanistan? is he aware that today marks the sixth anniversary of the death of tom hurndall, the british photographer who was shot by an israeli sniper while trying to rescue children from danger in gaza? will he join me in paying tribute to the hurndall family for their tireless efforts in cutting through so many smokescreens put forward by the israeli military authorities, to get to the truth about tom's death and uphold the principles of accountability? w
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